30-Minute Meals without Gluten, Wheat, Dairy, Eggs, Soy, Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Fish, Shellfish, and Sesame
Author: Cybele Pascal
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
A collection of 75 completely allergen-free recipes ready in 30 minutes or less, perfect for food allergic kids and busy professionals who need to get meals on the table swiftly. With her acclaimed cookbooks and loyal following, Cybele Pascal has been pioneering allergy-friendly cooking for more than a decade. As the mother of two kids with food allergies, Pascal knows the value of weeknight-friendly allergy-free recipes that can be prepped and on the table in half an hour without sacrificing flavor or texture. Through adept ingredient substitutions and easy-to-follow techniques, Pascal excels at providing enticing recipes that steer clear of the top eight allergens and appeal to home cooks who need to avoid dairy, eggs, wheat, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, and sesame. Pascal’s allergy-friendly versions of favorites like Creamy Mac ‘n’ “Cheese,” Buffalo Wings with Ranch Dressing, Chicken Mole Soft Tacos, Gnocchi, Deep Dish Pizza with Italian Sausage, and Beef and Broccoli Stir-Fry have all the appeal of the originals, and are perfect for food allergic kids and busy professionals. Allergy-Free and Easy Cooking is a delightful solution that will help you get flavorful, safe meals on the table swiftly.
Make Your Own Staples, Snacks, and More Without Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Soy or Nuts
Author: Colette Martin
Publisher: The Experiment
Make your own affordable, delicious, and allergy-free staples, snacks, and meals! After the cupboards are cleared of problem foods, most people coping with new food allergies (their own or their kids’) are missing staples they have relied on for years. And even though stores are stocking more allergen-free brands, shoppers with severe or multiple allergies can read every label and still strike out—especially if they’re after a particular craving or on a budget. The good news for the 15 million Americans with food allergies is that classic treats and pantry staples can be made easily and affordably at home. From Colette Martin, the author of Learning to Bake Allergen-Free, comes The Allergy-Free Pantry—with over 100 recipes free of gluten and the top eight allergens (milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat, fish, and shellfish), for: Basic staples (flour blends, non-dairy milks, egg replacers, Sandwich Bread, Biscuits, Strawberry Jam, Sunflower Seed Butter) Condiments and salad dressings (Flaxseed Mayonnaise, Ketchup, Ranch Dressing, Barbeque Sauce) Breakfast (Pancakes, Honey Blueberry Granola, Apple Oatmeal Scones) Crackers and cookies (Flax Crackers, Pita Chips, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Snickerdoodles) Pasta, pizza, and freezer meals (Spinach Pasta, Cheesy Sauce, Shepherd’s Pie, Meatloaf) Desserts (Brownie Bites, Chocolate Pudding, Raspberry Fruit Roll Ups, Caramel Sauce) Full-color photographs of every recipe and simple instructions (no advanced kitchen skills required!) make this a must-have guide to allergy-free home cooking. Refill your cupboards, and reclaim peace of mind!
Money and Time Saving Solutions for Food Allergy and Gluten-Free Diets
Author: Nicolette M. Dumke
Publisher: Allergy Adapt, Inc.
In times of economic distress, what is a person on a food allergy or gluten-free diet to do? How can we manage with less money and limited time? Learn to shop easily and stock your kitchen economically for maximum efficiency, and identify nutritious foods that you can eat.
This is a recipe book with a difference. It is written by a person with allergies, for people with allergies, but the recipes are just as delicious as any that are laden with dairy, wheat or egg. In Cooking for an Allergy-free Lifestyle, Tammi Forman shares her family secrets and recipes, because she knows how hard it is to cater for a family with allergies. This book provides clarity in the ‘how to’ of living a balanced and affordable allergy-free lifestyle. By returning to the basics, and simplifying our choices, Tammi believes that we can eat delicious food that maintains our good health ... and not go broke or crazy in the process! Cooking for an Allergy-free Lifestyle features 146 delicious recipes ranging from breakfasts, breads, salads and dressings, to soups, main meals, cakes and bakes. There are even recipes for play dough, bath salts and furniture polish. The recipes, which include egg-, wheat-, gluten-, dairy-, nut-, yeast- and sugar-free options, are each coded (e.g. DF for dairy free) for quick reference so that, at a glance, readers will be able to see if the dish caters for their particular allergy. Cooking for an Allergy-free Lifestyle is a highly practical book, with an emphasis on convenience and delicious dishes.
As the busy mother of five young children, Kelly Rudnicki faced a daily challenge when it came to feeding her family. Things got even more complicated when one of her sons was diagnosed with severe food allergies. Launching the Food Allergy Mama website, she struck a chord with parents and home cooks in similar situations and made it her mission to prove that allergen-free meals can be easy and flavorful. Showcasing the very best of Rudnicki's repertoire, The Food Allergy Mama's Easy, Fast Family Meals makes it simple to please a hungry crowd. Rudnicki purposely tests her recipes on friends and neighbors who don't have food allergies just to make sure her cooking tastes like "regular" cuisine. The result is a bounty of delicious offerings, including: Morning Glory Muffins Breakfast Burritos Creamy Tomato Soup Hearty Pasta Featuring Grandma Jeanne's Bolognese Sauce Oatmeal Fudge Bars All recipes are made without milk, butter, cheese, eggs, or nuts. She also includes time-saving tips, and ideas for inexpensive ingredient substitutions, including tofu and applesauce. Menu ideas and holiday celebrations make this book the most comprehensive guide of its kind-a one-stop resource for allergen-free, worry-free home cooking every day of the week.
180 Easy and Delicious Recipes You Can Make in 20 Minutes Or Less
Author: Amy Green
Publisher: Ulysses Press
Eliminating wheat and sugar from a diet doesn't mean seeking out exotic ingredients or spending hours in the kitchen. In this handy cookbook, blog sensation Amy Green presents the most popular of her taste-tested, reader-approved recipes.
The Science-Based Approach to Preventing Food Allergies
Author: Robin Nixon Pompa
Category: Health & Fitness
Based on recent groundbreaking studies that will change the way parents feed their children, Allergy-Free Kids is a revolutionary guide to preventing food allergies. When her infant daughter was diagnosed with life-threatening food allergies, Robin Nixon Pompa found Dr. Gideon Lack, a clinical researcher on the verge of a breakthrough in allergy prevention and treatment that would heal her daughter and, later, her sons. The secret: building acceptance of allergens through repeated careful feedings. Instead of avoiding eggs, nuts, and other allergens, as previous recommendations held, most parents should introduce them into their children’s diets, "early, carefully and often, for at least the first five years of life." This life-changing approach is being embraced by the medical community, especially for peanut allergy, and is reflected in new guidelines from the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, the National Institutes of Health and other major medical associations. Allergy-Free Kids includes a concise, easy-to-understand overview of the research as well as seventy simple and delicious kid-friendly recipes to help parents integrate unfamiliar allergen foods into a child’s diet. Divided by allergen, Allergy-Free Kids contains sections on Eggs, Peanuts and Tree Nuts, Cow’s Milk, Sesame, Wheat and Fish. It also discusses other foods, such as kiwi and soy, which are increasingly causing allergic reactions. The book includes feeding advice, and maintenance doses, followed by recipes suitable for babies, toddlers and preschoolers, including Open Sesame Sweet Potatoes, Nut Flour Crackers, Cocoa "Puffs" and Eggs-Pretending-to-be-Muffins. Following the new medical guidelines, Allergy-Free Kids empowers parents to help their kids avoid a lifelong struggle with food allergies—and bring variety and joy back to family meals.
The first special diet cookbook to offer recipes that are free from wheat, gluten, dairy and sugar, suitable for sufferers of coeliac disease. From gourmet chef Susan O'Brien, who learnt to cook with restricted ingredients after developing her own food allergies. * This cookbook is packed with great easy-to-follow recipes that are suitable for anyone with intolerances to wheat, gluten and/or sugar. * Author Sue O'Brien is a gourmet chef who learnt to cook on restricted ingredients after she became allergic to certain foods. She originally self-published her cookbook with great success, as it became in demand in various clinics and foodstores. * The book has been advised and recommended by nutritional experts Dr Robert Lerman, Medical Director at the Institute for Functional Medicine, and Barb Schiltz, nutrition consultant who reviewed the nutritional analysis.
Understand Ingredients, Adapt Recipes with Confidence and Cook for an Exciting Allergy-Free Diet
Author: Lucinda Bruce-Gardyne
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Most pre-prepared food cannot be eaten by food allergy sufferers so preparing meals can become a time-consuming struggle, especially for people without specialist cooking skills and knowledge of ingredients. How to Cook for Food Allergies explains why allergenic ingredients such as wheat, eggs and dairy products are so ubiquitous and how they are used, to help readers understand when and how to use substitute ingredients. This book will inspire readers to cook and eat a wider variety of foods than they ever thought possible. 'With more than 100 recipes, including sauces, pastry, bread, cakes, main courses and desserts, as well as food for babies and children, this practical yet stylish cookbook will become a trusted source of advice and inspiration.' The Telegraph